A young woman with the desire to express her darkest thoughts and emotions on her journey to find who she truly is, RONIA is a newly debuted artist with a love for grand and dark productions and vehement yet vulnerable lyricism.
“I wrote this song because I was desperate for an outlet to unpack this emotionally overwhelming experience with someone that took almost two years for me to heal from. The initial inspiration behind this song were the questions that I was left with. It was one of those episodes that ended abruptly without proper closure (well, for me at least). Jazzy
"Dark Matter was one of the first songs we recorded together," The collective said when asked about what the track meant. "There's a lot of different meanings throughout the track. Mysterious yet bold in its own way. Each of us put our own twist on the lyrics and just flowed into it."
Focused on the duality she battles against every day Like You places at its very core the identity of the self. Touching upon alienation, similarities, and the knowledge that you're so close yet so far away from belonging somewhere, the song is Maie's exploration of her relationship with the physical reality.
n My Shadow, as opposed to the name of the song, is a song about stepping out of the past and emerging past times of struggle. Inspired by Syneye’s own life and her fight to overcome a difficult period in her life, In My Shadow carries with it strength and independence.
"For me, it's a revolution in every way. I've been hiding my dream and hiding my voice for so long, letting trauma and illness run my life story, this song is the end of that and a beginning of an era of beautiful music and powerful messages that need to be heard. Pink for My Money is about my pain and confusion around growing up as women at this point in time." Shyli Madhala
Set In Stone is a one of a kind debut. In the matter of three minutes and fifteen seconds, listeners will be able to take a peek into the band’s heart and understand the strongest desire of the identity known as Little Victories.
In Where I Belong, Mono XL opens up about the sense of belonging he feels inside his idealistic dreams, where everything has always made more sense, and the heavy contrast of being at loss he feels when facing the real world.
As she permanently transcribes her golden memories in the format of her debut single, Sabela Bee gets to relive the moments she holds close to her heart and help listeners understand her as they, too, go down memory lane and think of their own dearest memories.
“I need u was born from a situation I found myself in with a friend. I think we hear a lot of songs about troubles in romantic relationships and perhaps not so many about the things we go through with our friends. I really wanted to express that I knew I had made mistakes but that I still hoped we wouldn’t lose each other. Friendships can be really intense experiences and I wanted to capture that with I need u.” Hannah Lamb